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Career and Professional Development
 

Fast Facts

 

OUR STUDENTS & GRADUATES

Class of 2015 Profile
  • The 121 members of the Class of 2015 are from 21 states, and attended 55 undergraduate institutions.  The class is fluent in a collective 16 languages (Spanish, followed by Chinese, Mongolian, and Russian are the most commonly spoken).  15% have graduate degrees, 47% are women and 28% are persons of color.
  • The median LSAT is 161, and median undergraduate GPA is 3.52.
  • Class ranks available June 2013; grades available mid-January 2013.

 

Class of 2014 Profile

  • The 145 members of the Class of 2014 are from 25 states, and attended 56 undergraduate institutions.  The class is fluent in a collective 24 languages (Spanish, followed by French, Mandarin, and Hindi are the most commonly spoken).  10% have graduate degrees, 39% are women and 25% are persons of color.
  • The median LSAT is 161, and median undergraduate GPA is 3.50.
  • Class Rank Range (Grade Scale A = 4.00; A- = 3.67; B+ = 3.33; B = 3.00; B- = 2.67; C+ = 2.33; C = 2.00; C- = 1.67; D+ = 1.33; D = 1.00; D- = .67; E = 00)

    Top 10% = 3.762
    Top 15% = 3.691
    Top 20% = 3.631
    Top 25% = 3.583
    Top 33% = 3.464
    Top 50% = 3.297

 

Class of 2013 Profile

  • The 157 members of the Class of 2013 are from 29 states, and attended 83 undergraduate institutions.  The class is fluent in a collective 24 languages (Spanish, followed by French, mandarin, and Hindi are the most commonly spoken), 12% have graduate degrees, 43% are women and 23% are persons of color. 
  • The median LSAT is 162, and median undergraduate GPA is 3.50.
  • Class Rank Range (Grade Scale A = 4.00; A- = 3.67; B+ = 3.33; B = 3.00; B- = 2.67; C+ = 2.33; C = 2.00; C- = 1.67; D+ = 1.33; D = 1.00; D- = .67; E = 00)

    Top 10% = 3.724
    Top 15% = 3.679
    Top 20% = 3.633
    Top 25% = 3.570
    Top 33% = 3.497
    Top 50% = 3.333

 

Class of 2011 Employment

91% of the Class of 2011 reported employment and LLM study in 17 states and foreign countries nine months after graduate, with 18% pursuing judicial clerkships in state and federal courts, and 3% pursuing LLM degrees.

 

THE JAMES E. ROGERS COLLEGE OF LAW - Tucson, AZ

 

 

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Updated: 03/24/2011